The Big Climb is about Elevation
You must rise up. To rise up is to fight against cancer and there are many ways to do this.
Incline and vertical training for fat loss
There is something I can be passionate about for rising up. Working your way up the pull of gravity is key to the disease prevention lifestyle.
Disease prevention with incline training
Fat loss, muscle tone, and improved cardiovascular health can be achieved through a moderate-to-high intensity training regimen with fresh nutrition.
That’s why I captained the Big Climb 2015 Seattle team
The above picture was moments away from the starting stairwell to go up 69 stories in Seattle’s Columbia Tower.
A gray day won’t stop us now
Make it to the top!
Congrats to the finishers
Looking over the Puget Sound and downtown Seattle, Queen Anne, and Magnolia
Thoughts about the Climb 2015
This fundraising effort was rife with support from many individuals. I appreciate you all for that, and for being here reading this. Here are a few thoughts I have about the Big Climb 2015
- Your heart is the most important muscle and you should eat to support it
- When I consume a beetroot, carrot, kale juice, it’s because I feel like it helps me breathe better
- Breath in through the nose, out through the mouth
- Use your upper body and core strength to pull yourself up and to push through the turns
- Core strength improves with progressive resistance training
- Pump yourself up and do what it takes even if it means some self talk!
- Do it again for next year
Our team will continue on. We celebrated at a Sunday Happy Hour downtown and then walked home thanks to our city dwelling lifestyles.
Later that day
Thank you for reading and stay tuned